From 26 March to 31 March 2023 the DPG Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) will take place on the campus of the Technical University Dresden.
Find FAIRmat at:
- The focus sessions Making Experimental Data F.A.I.R. – New Concepts for Research Data Management (O84/TT56 & O95/TT68)
- the discussion session NFDI and FAIR research data: benefit or burden? (PSV X)
- our exhibition booth!
NOMAD CoE researchers will be present at the focus session Frontiers of Electronic-Structure Theory - Large-scale Calculations Enabled by Sharing Developments and Tools.
This WE-Heraeus-Seminar will bring together researchers at all career stages from experiment, theory, and computer science to discuss digitalization strategies for materials research. The seminar will put a main - but not exclusive - focus on two novel classes of materials: „high entropy alloys” (HEA) and „metal organic frameworks“ (MOFs).
Applications are open until March 12, 2023 on the WE-Heraeus Foundation website.
Coffee Lecture with Markus Scheidgen (Humboldt University Berlin) in English. An event of the Competence Network Research Data Management at Thuringian Universities.
With the first edition of the Conference on Research Data Infrastructure from 12 to 14 September 2023, the Association German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) is initiating a conference that will focus on establishing interdisciplinary research data management (RDM). Under the theme Connecting Communities, national and international stakeholders from all research fields as well as from the infrastructure sector are invited to present their contributions to an excellent RDM of the future and to exchange information about the latest developments. NFDI is organizing the conference in cooperation with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). NFDI contributors as well as all other RDM interested stakeholders will have the opportunity to meet at the KIT South Campus. Over the course of three days, topics related to RDM and the joint development of an effective research data infrastructure for Germany and beyond will be examined from a wide variety of perspectives.
The aim of this program is to bring together a diverse scientific audience, both between scientific fields (physical sciences, materials sciences, biophysics, etc) and within mathematics (mathematical modeling, numerical analysis, statistics and data analysis, etc), to make progress on key questions of materials informatics. Applications received by January 1, 2023 will be given first priority for consideration.